Thursday, April 26, 2007

All About Me Paisley Scrapbook class

Take time to celebrate you! In this class, you will make a mini scrapbook that's all about you and the things you love. You'll get to use our beautiful Palette Hybrid ink pads and take home a fun and fresh Paisley Rockz stamp set. Reserve your spot today!
Instructor: Stephanie Breckbill
Kits: $10 303-805-0515.

Kamalaht Purse and Card Gift Set

This stylish set uses TAC's beautifully rich Kamalaht Soar With It collection. You'll make the purse, plus four all-occasion cards that fit inside.
Instructor: Camille Treibel
Date: June 1st
Location: 4814 S Nucla Way, Aurora, CO, 80015
Time: 7-9pm
Cost: $10
Sign up by calling 303-766-2832.

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Pride & Joy Mini Book Class

Make an altered book that shows off all your little wild things with all the pride and joy you have for them.

Featuring Kamalaht scrapbook papers from The Angel Company(tm). You'll receive a mini phrase set and have the chance to win one of three Take Pride stamp sets.

For a Kit, Contact: Krista Wick

Monday, April 16, 2007

Krista Wick - Centennial

Krista Wick - Demonstrator #3248
303-520-1024 21345 E. Belleview Place; Centennial, CO 80015

Krista has been making cards and scrapbooking for about
ten years. She loves sharing rubber stamping with other people and teaching them that anyone can be creative. Her favorite phrase when her friends say they messed up is "let's change it to make it look like you meant to do that!"

Call Krista to have her teach you and your friends anything from the basics to advanced stamping techniques in a fun workshop in the comfort of your home.

A Set of Wings in Every Size

Whether you're looking for a fantastic career or just want to have fun and get a great deal on products you love, consider becoming an Angel!
Benefits include:

  • 25% Commission on Sales
  • Low Minimum ($100 every 4 months)
  • Incredible rewards and incentive trips
Contact your Area Angel and find out how you can earn an extra $50 in Spring Fling stamp sets when you join The Angel Company(tm)!

Belle Flor Card Tin Class

Pretty and Organized: a place to keep cards, with tabbed dividers for each month and a place to jot down special days. Kits are available for $10 or schedule your own private class for 5 or more. Add "Darling Details" card class to the tin for $20 each.
Instructor: Julie Griffith
Location: Your home or Julie's Studio (10742 San Juan Ct. Parker) Map

(For more information Email Julie at

RMRH Convention May 5th

Come see what's new at
The Angel Company(tm)!

  • Free Make 'n Takes
  • Product Demonstrations
  • Cash and Carry Items
  • Catalogs - HALF PRICE!

Saturday, May 5, 2007
10am - 5 pm
Admission $7 (FREE Parking)
National Western Complex
4655 Humbolt Street
Denver, CO 80216
More Info:

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Stephanie Breckbill - Parker

Stephanie Breckbill - Demonstrator#237/Manager
303-805-0515 3404 Long's Peak Circle, Parker, CO 80138
Stephanie has been teaching rubber stamping for nearly ten years. She enjoys hosting a monthly stamp night and helping stampers earn free goodies with hostess clubs. She also loves sharing her simple, fresh style at in-home classes and workshops. Her favorite part of a workshop is when someone completes a project and realizes that they just created something beautiful! "They see that they can do it and that just makes my day!"

Thursday, April 5, 2007

Camille Treibel - Aurora

Camille Treibel ~ Demonstrator #2043
303-766-2832 4814 S Nucla Way, Aurora, CO, 80015
Camille is a creative instructor who loves to help people bring out their inner creative nature. She believes everyone can “craft” using rubber stamps and shows them how to utilize them in scrapbooking, card making and all types of paper creations. Camille has been helping people learn to be creative for almost 20 years. The craft has changed over time but one thing has remained constant, the twinkle in their eye and pleasure they get from creating their “masterpiece”. You can call Camille or visit her blog:
You can also order online anytime at:

Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Indexing Unmounted Rubber Stamps

Indexing your unmounted rubber stamps during assembly of new stamps allows you to see the actual image printed on the Creative Cling through your acrylic block. This makes your stamps even easier to use--especially those phrase stamps!

The supplies include Kai or other sharp, sturdy scissors, Palette ink and your rubber stamp. Palette works well because it is fast drying and waterproof. Creative Cling, which comes with all stamps from The Angel Company(tm), has a sticky side, which adheres to the rubber, making a permanent cushion for the rubber image. The other side is a revolutionary surface like window cling, which allows you to mount the rubber stamp onto an acrylic block for stamping and remove for storage.

Here are the steps:
Determine the sticky and cling sides of the Creative Cling, but leave the paper backing in place. Position the rubber onto the cling with the sticky side laying against the back of the rubber (the way in which the stamp will eventually be assembled.) Match up one corner so that the rubber and cling line up as closely as possible and cut out a notch. This willl serve as a guide through the rest of the process.

Lay the rubber on the work suface and pat the inkpad on top of it to apply ink to all areas of the image. Remove the paper backing from the cling side of the foam. Using the notch as a guide, lay the foam onto the inked rubber, to transfer the image. Press lightly with your fingertips to be sure that the entire image gets transfered.

Carefully pull the foam back and clean the ink from the rubber. Allow the cling to dry for a few moments.

Peel back the liner on the sticky side half way, starting with the notched edge. Carefully line up the rubber with the foam as closely as possible, using the notch as a guide. Remove the remainder of the foam.

With the rubber side facing up, cut out the images, being sure to hold the scissors at a 90 degree angle with the rubber. This ensures that the gray foam remains behind the rubber surface as a foundation.Your stamps are now ready to use and even easier to position (and read) as you stamp your projects!